6 April, 2020

Reminder: Mexico is a Failed Country, Right Next Door to America

Posted by Socrates in brown crime, Brown Man, brown rule, mestizos, Mexcrement, Mexican arrogance, Mexican corruption, Mexican mentality, Mexico, Socrates at 11:55 am | Permanent Link

(Above: bodies of victims of drug cartel violence in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico — right across the border from El Paso, Texas. The violence won’t end until the corruption ends, and that won’t end as long as Mexico is run by Mexicans).

Mexico is a country run by criminals of two types: drug traffickers, and officials who routinely take bribes from drug traffickers. That’s not a stable country. That’s a recipe for an eventual disaster — an even bigger one, I mean. Mexico has 31 individual states (e.g., Sonora, Sinaloa, Guerrero). Most of those states are controlled by drug gangs. It’s not safe for America to have such a situation next door. It’s inviting all sorts of trouble: political, economic, medical.

News quote, two days ago: CIUDAD JUAREZ (Reuters) – “At least 19 people have died in a shootout between suspected gangsters in the northern Mexico state of Chihuahua, local authorities said on Saturday, in one of the country‚Äôs worst outbreaks of gang violence this year. Security forces found 18 bodies on Friday evening at the site of the gunfight in the municipality of Madera…”

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